We are proud to offer the complete Season One of Curious Correspondence.
This is the perfect way to sample the critically acclaimed IMMERSIVE ANALOGUE PUZZLE EXPERIENCE.
What is Curious Correspondence
AN IMMERSIVE ANALOGUE PUZZLE EXPERIENCE DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO YOUR DOOR
WAIT! An immersive analogue puzzle experience – what does that even mean?!?
Well, The Curious Correspondence Club is kind of like an escape room adventure delivered to your home - think Sherlock Holmes meets Indiana Jones. Each envelope contains the next Chapter of an ongoing episodic puzzle adventure; uncover clues, crack codes and solve puzzles that challenge you, your family and friends. Scour physical clues, construct tools and devices, and immerse yourself in a unique deductive experience delivered to your door.
What is included
- Chapter I: The Custodian's Keys
- Chapter II: Warehouse on the Wharf
- Chapter III: The Tinker's Trinket (Bullseye award - Best Table-Top 2020)
- Chapter IV: The Midnight Escapade
- Chapter V: Serpents of the Sand
- Chapter VI: Milton Manor
- Chapter VII: Access Denied
- Chapter VIII: Thornhill Forest
- Chapter IX: The End of the Line
- Chapter X: What Lies Beneath
- Chapter XI: Floor Sixty-Four
- Chapter XII: Project Nexus
Delivered in a non-descript envelope, ideal for gifting (or hiding).
Recommended for 14+; younger players may require guidance from an adult. Designed to be played either solo or collaboratively, each episode is a perfect activity for family, friends, date nights or learning groups.
Each Chapter takes an average of 60-90 minutes to solve, though players can work through them at their own pace.
Each Chapter of The CCC is supported by a dedicated digital hint library, allowing you to choose how many additional clues you receive. From subtle nudges all the way to complete solutions for each puzzle, it's up to you to choose your level of difficulty.
Enjoyed going through the set. Kept me thinking into the night!
Season one Boxset
It's been fun! I work on it every chance I can. Thank you for creating such a lovely project.
Teenagers loved it, Great for a group
Not easy, not too hard... just right. Great for a group of 5-10 people I would say. Surprised how much the older college teens were into it.
amazing, my wife has been absorbed with the set.